Gotham Season 3 Spoilers: Bruce Wayne’s doppelganger causes havoc

Gotham Season 3 Spoilers: Bruce Wayne’s doppelganger causes havoc

Synopsis and spoilers for ‘Gotham’ season 3 episode 3 are already out revealing some exciting and juicy plot. One of the things the synopsis mentioned is that Bruce’s doppelganger will ‘channel’ him and create confusion among the people in town.

In an earlier interview with Entertainment Weekly, Gotham executive producer Ken Woodruff said that Bruce’s doppelganger will be a recurrent issue in season 3. He also added that it will cause a Bruce great shock that there’s another person who looks exactly like him, except that he has a different haircut. He also added that they will also deal with the back story of that doppelganger.

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“There’s a whole story behind this character that we get to dive into. Where did he come from, why was he created, why does he look like Bruce, what’s the motivation behind that, who created him? And we’re going to get into all that. It’s going to feed into a much bigger story that’s going to play out over the arc of the entire season to really explain his origins, basically, as a character,” said Woodruff.

Meanwhile, episode 3 will also introduce Jervis Tetch also known as the Mad Hatter played by Benedict Samuel. The synopsis revealed that hypnotist Tetch came to Gotham City to ask Jim Gordon’s help to find his missing sister Alice played by Naian Gonzalez Norvind.

Aside from this, Penguin is also planning to run for mayor. Robin Lord Taylor, who plays Penguin said that the villain will work this season to increase his alliances, especially after losing his parents in the last season. He added that he and Edward Nygma played by Cory Michael Smith will be much stronger this season.

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Gotham Season 3 titled ‘Look Into My Eyes’ airs on Monday, October 3 at 8 p.m. EST on Fox.

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